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    • Helen Zia, author of Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of an American People, wrote that the Chinese business community in Detroit had its peak in the 1920s.History of Chinese Americans in Metro Detroit-Wikipedia
    • Lee and Helen Zia would later write a book, My Country Versus Me, in which he described Risen and Gerth's work as a "hatchet job on me, and a sloppy one at that", and he points out numerous factual errors in Risen and Gerth's reporting.James Risen-Wikipedia
    • Helen Zia, author of Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of an American People, wrote that "Politicians and public figures made irresponsible and unambiguous racial barbs aimed at Japanese people."History of the Japanese in Metro Detroit-Wikipedia
    • Its advisory board included notable Asian American journalists such as Helen Zia and Nguyen Qui Duc, the host of Pacific Time.Hyphen (magazine)-Wikipedia
    • (Profile: "Connie Young Yu, 1941-, writer, Notable Asian Americans, edited by Helen Zia and Susan B. Gall, Detroit: Gale Research, 1995).Connie Young Yu-Wikipedia
    • His anthology of Asian and Pacific Islander prisoner writings, Other: An Asian & Pacific Islander Prisoners' Anthology, was published in March 2009 with a preface from Helen Zia.Eddy Zheng-Wikipedia

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